Don Wheeler passed the PMP exam. Don completed the PMP training at Master of Project Academy. He scored “Above Target”, on all five domains. We gathered his great PMP passing tips in this post.
Let’s first show you the Don’s PMP pass results.

Here is the complete PMP pass report of Donald Wheeler.
1- 1) How long did it take to study for the PMP exam.
I began studying nine weeks before my PMP exam date. I spent between two and four hours per day, for five to six days each week, studying. The last two weeks I spent a little more time studying, mostly for review and practice exams.
2-) What was your biggest challenge in preparing for the PMP exam?
Memorization and retention of content. Sometimes I would take a deep breathe and then take a moment to think about the material that helped me absorb it.
3- 3) How was the quality and reliability of PMP training materials?
Master of Project Academy’s PMP course materials were excellent. I have managed many projects, and I realized that I was lacking the necessary knowledge and terminology from Master of Project Academy’s PMP training materials. Master of Project Academy PMP training is the foundation of my PMP success.
4- 4) How similar were the PMP exam questions when you looked at them?
They are similar but not identical. This means that while the actual PMP exam might have different phrases or wording, the concepts and root question were the same. I would need to reread the question several times during the exam to understand the real question. As part of my PMP Pass Tips, I recommend that you re-read the questions if it is unclear what you are being asked.
5- ) How many PMP exam questions have you practiced before taking the exam?
I also took four additional sample exams, in addition to the 200-question PMP sample exam and 125 PMP questions sample questions. Although it may sound like a commercial for Master of Project Academy’s practice exams, the additional PMP Exams and Math Lectures offered by Master of Project Academy were of the highest quality.
6- Describe the support you received during the PMP training.
I discovered that I could search the comments for any questions regarding the material if I needed them. I was most likely to find my question answered in the comments. Although I didn’t ask any questions, I could see that most questions were answered within a reasonable time, based on the time stamps. The course discussion forum is filled with inspiring stories and recommendations from other PMPs.
7- ) Do any future PMP candidates have any recommendations?
Two things:
Don’t be overwhelmed by the material. Break it down into smaller pieces that you can easily understand and retain. Similar to WBS creation’s decomposition technique.
Get certified! Employers will not consider your resume if you don’t have the certification.
8- ) Do any of you have any tips or tricks for the PMP exam?
Before you answer the first question, write down all the formulas. You will be given pencils and scratch papers. This will ensure that you don’t freeze or panic if you need to use one of the formulas in an exam question.
Be calm
Each question should be carefully read.
Take your time.
You can mark any question that you aren’t sure of and bring it up later.
Use the four hours allowed for the test to double-check your answers. I completed the test in three hours 45 minutes.

9- ) What would you recommend to a friend who is interested in PMP certification?
While some memorization is helpful, understanding is more important.
The PMBOK is a guide.

Don Wheeler’s 2022 PMP Pass Tips – He passed PMP above target!